In order to enhance the trapped field in cryo-cooled HTSC bulks using pulse field magnetizing (PFM), a metal ring (stainless steel 304 and/or Al) has been tightly set onto the SmBaCuO bulk disk and the relation between the total trapped flux Φ TP, the trapped field B T P, and the temperature rise ΔT, has been investigated as a function of the applied pulse field B ex. The Φ T P and B T P values are enhanced about 10-20% by the metal ring due to the reduction in the temperature rise AT. These results suggest that a part of the generated heat Q due to the flux motion in the peripheral region promptly transfers to the metal ring and the heat transfer to the cold stage is improved by the ring setting.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering